Major Brian Forester is an instructor in the Department
of Social Sciences at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He is an Army infantry officer with nine
years of service and multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. He served as a platoon leader and company executive
officer in the 82nd Airborne.
Subsequently, he served as a plans officer and rifle company commander
in the 4th Stryker Brigade. He currently
teaches SS202, American Politics.
Master of Arts in Political Science (MA), 2013
United States Military Academy at West Point, Bachelor of
Science (BS), American Politics, 2004
Master's Thesis, "How Gains Unravel:
Domestic Context and the Termination of Military Interventions," The
Graduate School, Duke University, 2013.
American public opinion and foreign policy.
Domestic politics and war.
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